Freak the Freak Out

Album: Victorious (2010)
Charted: 50
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  • Are you listening? Hear me talk, hear me sing
    Open up the door, easy less, easy more
    When you tell me to beware, are you here? Are you there?
    Is it something I should know? Easy come, easy go

    Nodding your head, don't hear a word I said
    Can't communicate, when you wait, don't relate
    I try to talk to you but you never even knew
    So what's it gonna be, tell me, can you hear me?
    (Hear me, can you hear me?)

    I'm so sick of it, your attention deficit
    Never listen, you never listen
    I'm so sick of it, so I'm throwing on a fit
    Never listen, you never listen

    I scream your name, it always stays the same
    I scream and shout
    So what I'm gonna do now is freak the freak out, hey
    Whoa oh oh, whoa oh oh, whoa oh oh, whoa oh oh oh

    Patience running thin, running thin, come again
    Tell me what I get opposite, opposite
    Show me what is real, if it breaks does it heal?
    Open up your ear, why you think that I'm here?
    Keep me in the dark are you even thinking of me?

    And someone else above me gotta know, gotta know
    What am I gonna do? 'Cause I can't get through to you
    So what's it gonna be
    Tell me, can you hear me?

    I'm so sick of it, your attention deficit
    Never listen, you never listen
    I'm so sick of it so I'll throw another fit
    Never listen, you never listen

    I scream your name, it always stays the same
    I scream and shout
    So what I'm gonna do now is freak the freak out, hey
    Whoa oh oh, whoa oh oh, whoa oh oh, whoa oh oh oh

    Easy come, easy go
    Easy come, easy go
    (Can you hear me?)

    I scream your name, it always stays the same
    I scream and shout
    So what I'm gonna do now is freak the freak out, hey
    Whoa oh oh, whoa oh oh, whoa oh oh, whoa oh oh oh

    I scream your name but you never listen
    No, you never listen but you never listen

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  • Joel from Los Angeles, CaMe likey this song. Lol.
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